Survive school holidays with a list of things that make your kids happy

by Kelsie Prabawa-Sear

We are staring down the beginning of another long summer holiday and I’m wondering if other parents and carers are feeling like me — a bit out of form when it comes to making the most of summer with the kids.

After a few years of restrictions, last summer resembling an inferno, and the Christmas rush in full swing, it’s hard to imagine a relaxing, rejuvenating holiday. I’d like to offer up a summer holiday to my kids like the ones I loved as a kid — long days with lots of time to wander, get bored, get creative and maybe even get up to a little bit of mischief.

Read Kelsie’s full opinion piece in The West Australian

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